Are your friends giving you bad soulmate advice? Friends often mean well enough, but each soulmate journey is different. Even if they have soulmate experiences of their own it doesn’t mean they can give the best advice. What they went though with their soulmate could be something completely different from what you’re going through with yours.
They may think they have the answers to solve your soulmate issues. But again, their soulmate lessons are probably very different from yours. We all have a unique set a challenges the universe presents when we encounter a soulmate. These lessons were designed by you, your soulmate and your guides before you were born. These lessons are needed for the evolution of your soul.
Your friends may not understand that what worked for them likely will not work for you. There are no cookie cutter lesson that everyone needs to learn. They’re giving you advice based on their experiences rather than yours. Advice like that can backfire, and hurt more than it can help in most cases.
Another reason friends are giving bad soulmate advice is because they haven’t met a soulmate. So they can’t fully relate to the soulmate experience. They can’t understand the soul connection because they have no reference for themselves. Remember when you couldn’t fully understand it before you experienced it for yourself?!? So to your friends, a lot of the things you’re saying and feeling make no sense to them.
Your friends are giving you bad soulmate advice because they’re treating your relationship like every other relationship you all have been through before. They don’t understand soulmate relationships change you, and not always for the better. You let your soulmate get away with things you wouldn’t let anyone get away with in the past. You shouldn’t, but you do. Your friends only see that this relationship is changing you into someone they don’t recognize.
They think your soulmate relationship is bad for you, because of the emotional roller coaster you’re going through. You may be constantly thinking about your soulmate and talking to your friends about them. Your friends may be over it and don’t want to hear it again. And not only that, since you’re sharing so much about what’s going wrong with your relationship, your friends now despise your soulmate.
Great, now you created another problem for yourself. It’s understandable why you would want to vent to your friends and ask their advice. You need to understand the advice your friends provide can cause more harm than good. A soulmate relationship should cause you to look inward, at yourself. And focus on the changes you need to make rather than seek advice from your friends about what your soulmate is up to. Let your soulmate work on themselves while you focus your attention on you.